It’s far more expensive for your company to have SMEs jumping on calls, to suffer from stalled sales cycles, to be ignored in the marketplace, or to overspend on digital than it is to invest in scalable, shareable technical marketing content.
Here at Cromulent, we’re big fans of thought leadership. And to be clear, we mean legitimate thought leadership, consisting of unique, helpful, insightful programs and content. For start-ups and scale-ups, effective thought leadership programs can put you on the map, help you punch above your weight, and go toe-to-toe with the established players. For established players, effective thought leadership can help you […]
Over the weekend, I did some thinking into how tech companies—and tech scale-ups, in particular—benefit by using a marketing as a service company like Cromulent. I thought of a bunch of reasons, but the most common is probably that working with us (or any other decent agency or consultant, for that matter) lets organizations tap into valuable—and in some cases rare—skills and […]
One year ago today, on September 1st 2018, Cromulent Marketing officially launched. It’s been a terrific and fun year, and I just want to say thanks: To the friends who’ve had our back since even before day one To the people who referred us into new opportunities To the companies who’ve put their trust in us To the podcast guests and blog […]
Recently, we helped our friends at Miovision with a bit of an exploratory project. They wanted to test a market hypothesis about a specific use case for their smart traffic solutions. Testing a market hypothesis—as opposed to investing in projects regarded as ‘sure things’ or making only incremental adjustments to existing activities—is a rarity these days. Just because we thought it was […]
Seasoned corporate communications pro (and Senior Manager, Corporate Communications at eSentire) Dan Deeth shares his knowledge of public relations, media and analyst relations, and data-driven thought leadership.
Technical marketing is hard.
Just having a great solution—even the best solution—isn’t sufficient. And the news gets worse: it’s hard for many reasons, so there’s no quick fix.
But the good news is that there are proven strategies that can increase your chances of success.
This post explains some of those strategies.
A crucial aspect of content marketing is getting content out the door, but that’s often easier said than done.
In this post, I’ll give you five tactics to help you build and maintain content marketing momentum by avoiding the content review doldrums.
Setting the right marketing goals and realistic expectations for your initiatives is important, because different activities move different needles.
This post compares and contrasts types of marketing activities and explains why it’s important to set appropriate organizational expectations.
““Really thinking about the mental health of the people on your team, and what might be going on in their lives outside work, I think is something that is super important that we don’t necessarily talk enough about.” Jacqui Murphy A few months ago, I sat down with Jacqui Murphy, Chief Marketing Officer at Auvik Networks. We had a terrific conversation, covering […]